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A Look Back at the Bea

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2012_12_beatriceinn.jpg A who's who of Beatrice Inn insiders contributed to an insightful oral history of one of New York's most infamous clubs. The West Village dance den was shut down in 2009 after a legendary three year run that included visits from Prince, Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes, your cousin, and countless other luminaries, and has been replaced by a bigger and more corporate scene. Owner Paul Sevigny offers a key bit of advice for club owners who are looking to make their own Beatrice, saying "...design your nightclub or your musical programming like it's a bachelor pad for men. Design everything for women and the men will come." Check out Eater's Beatrice Inn retrospective here. [The Cut]

The Beatrice Inn

285 West 12th Street, Manhattan, NY 10014 (212) 675-2808 Visit Website

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